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light and collided with a big rig in san francisco's hayes valley neighborhood. it happened last thursday. mack was ejected from the shuttle bus and pinned underneath that big rig. ucsf will install seat belts by the end of august. >>> a bicyclist struck by a food truck has died. the violent collision in the city's south of market neighborhood, nancy hoe made an illegal street on fremont street in front of the food delivery truck. ho was not wearing a helmet and suffered a critical head injury. she was pronounced dead last night. >>> tonight at 6:00, our first look at two suspects charged with killing a woman, setting her on fire, and then dumping her body in the streets of an up scale oakland neighborhood. salvador and hector garcia were charged with murder. the charges carry special circumstances that would mean they are eligible for the death penalty or a life in prison. she was the mother of aed to bler. they are gang members who were and rifted on tuesday, several days after police were led on high-speed chases. >>> bay chair children who rely on the big sisters, big brother
this big commotion about him. >> there was plenty to say. ye died last week after the fishing boat erik cap sized with 43 on board in the sea of cortez. seven remain missing. three from the bay area. ye, a confirmed casualty. >> he was a workaholic. he wasn't sure. we said this is a the trip of a lifetime. you need to go you will be with your friend. >> outside the memorial service, bruce talked about visiting the site of his father's death in mexico and talking with one of the fishermen who was with his father as they escaped the sinking boat. >> it was helpful for him to tell the story of how my father lasted 15 hours on a cooler. >> that fisherman. mike ying told the son, he succumbed to exhaustion beef help arrived. >> he was a strong man. dedicated to his family. we gave it our all. so, unfortunate, that i have to be here for his funeral. >> while there was some closure for ye's family. other families await word of their loved one's fate. the family attended ye's memorial. yesterday the coast guard told families it was calling off the search. friends of the men are upset with the decis
freeway was shut down for more than two hours. parts of 237 came to a standstill. a deadly big rig crashed in sunnyvale killing the driver. 237 at matilda. crews are just nownt getting th vehicle off the road. this is in the heart of the silicon valley bringing in kris sanchez who's been tracking the story. what exactly happened? seems like the lanes are wide open, at least going in one direction? >> reporter: aat least going in one direction is right. westbound lane are all completely open. we're just seeing the last of the clean-up from that big rig crash here on the lanes that were headed eastbound. these eastbound lanes is where that big rig driver was driving when witnesses say it looked like he had a blowout, lost control of the vehicle, crashed into the center divide, which then projected part of the vehicle into the other lanes of traffic going in the other direction. that really complicated the clean-up and putting out the fire, which also erupted as well. now, there was one person in the cab of that truck. though when investigators first arrived here, the chp couldn't tell whethe
's office admits it is a big blow to the department. >> it was a tough blow to swallow to let those highly trained officers go. to ruse 66 officers with that training, that's a huge investment the city has basically lost. >> reporter: he said the training is crucial for a person who might not understand why police have a gun pointed at him. the police department says it will pull officers from other beats if it has to to respond to a cit incident. the department concedes that will delay response time. we're at police headquarters, nbc bay area news. >>> we have some breaking news to share with you. she was one of the most active and socially forward and well known first ladies of our time. but today, betty ford has died at the age of 93. betty ford was married to former president gerald ford for 58 years. he also died in 2006 at the age of 93. elizabeth ann warren ford was born april 8, 1918. she was known as betty ford and won't to also serve as the first lady of the united states from 1974 to 1977. she was very active in social policy, shattering lots of precedents and had a very moderat
of a shuttle bus to that collided with a big rig. it may have run a red light at the intersection of octavia and hayes yesterday morning. the crash killed dr. kevin mack. he's a 52-year-old ucsf psychiatrist and university profess sore. he was ejected -- professor. he was ejected and pinned underneath the big rig. he was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. >>> families and friends said final good-byes at a funeral in santa rosa. the community shaken by the girl's death at a sleepover on sunday. police say she and three friends became sick after drinking vodka mixed with soda. initially the girls said they'd gotten food poisoning. raul was described as an excellent student due to start high school incomes mon-- next month. toxicology reports are expected next week. >>> mark luga was arrested for allegedly stealing a pablo picasso drawing from the weinstein gallery in san francisco last week. the judge denied a motion today reduce his $5 million bail. police say a surveillance camera caught luga leaving with the painting. police found other stolen artwork including another picasso pi
and this isn't real. he's coming home because he's my big brother and he's everything i ever asked for. >> reporter: at the family church, they joined two other families in deep mourning. hundreds packed the inside of st. george, many in tears. one asked for help from the community. >> we urge all you watchers to continue praying for our families, that they come home safely. >> reporter: they were active members of this assyrian church. what happened to them has hit their bishop particularly hard. he's close to their families. >> we pray that the bodies of the victims would be found quickly so that we can perform the proper rites of christian burial and the ease of the families. >> reporter: but some are holding on to hope they will be found alive. >> we don't want him looking down on us, we want him face to face with us to help us for the rest of our lives. >> i know he's going to come back. i don't think this is real. it's not. >> he's coming back. >> reporter: and we're learning more about two of the hikers. she was a nursing student at usf and nino was studying chemistry at cal sta
the accident happened. >>> still to come at 6:00, big news out of silicon valley. >> a big layoff from the valley and a boost for the east bay coming up after the break in the tech and business report. >>> and it's your chance to be a seismologist. how you can help spot earthquakes from your own home. that's next. >>> the bay area is known as home of innovation and change but may lose our hold on the green industry. we'll explain. >> i'm chief meteorologist jeff ranieri. one of the warmest days we've ved in or a week here across the bay area with low to mid 70s there in the south bay and even a few 80s today. tonight plenty of cinl weather down in the south bay a coming up, we'll talk about a seven-day forecast that's heating up. >>> the next big one is something we're all aware could happen at any time. you may be sitting on the key as to when it could hit. >> reporter: stanford seismologists and scientists say that the more monitoring we have in the bay area, the more we'll learn about earthquakes and better chance of us getting an early warning even if just few a few seconds which i
to get into college and pay is perhaps their first big test in higher education. >> i couldn't be prouder of her and i know she's going to get where she's going to go. it will work out. everything happens for a reason. >> reporter: students at cal state schools are paying nearly four times the amount in tuition they were paying 10 years ago. a recent survey found more high school students are concerned about how they are going to pay for college than about actually getting into one. and how successful they will be once they are there. live in san jose, kimberly tere, nbc bay area news. >> difficult situation. thank you. tonight we know the maim of the woman whose body was found burning in a quiet street in oakland's rock ridge neighborhood. the medical examiner's office say she is 21-year-old monica of union city. her body found around 4:30 yesterday on ivanhoe road. police say she was likely killed somewhere else and then dumped in that neighborhood and lit on fire. officers say the suspects probably chose the neighborhood because it's dark and secluded during those hours. friends and fa
and border, announced big layoffs this week. >>> still ahead, a day of surfing at malibu leads to serious injuries for arnold schwartz neglect azenegger schwarzenegger's teenage son. >>> why would i want to be in the cemetery business? why wouldn't i be? >> also coming up, 2 million people are buried there. but a person at the cemetery says takes great place for the living. we'll take you to the bay area's city of souls. >>>nd at east bay company whose work on the ground is helping us see what is up in space. >>> and i'm meteorologist jeff ranieri. decent cooling across the bay area with 83 in san jose, san francisco 67. as we take a look right now dropping off along the coast with 60 in san francisco, we'll have details on how long this fog sticks around coming up. >>> from the east bay into space, tonight we'll take you on an amazing tour of a bay area company that's literally aiming for the stars. >> this company is helping the space program see what's out scott budman has the final uninstallment. >> reporter: it's a company that can see its handy work in space but it actually does tha
in the south bay tonight, you have several options. downtown san jose is not one of them. the big fireworks display that's been there for several years has been cut because of budget issues. they that a few years back. nbc bay area's scott budman joining us live this morning -- this evening with a look at the trend and if that is going to continue. scott, you know nbc bay area used to put on this fireworks show, host it for several years. they haven't had it because of the budget problems. >> reporter: that's absolutely right. it was here in discovery park for years that the fireworks display went on. then the budget shortfall shut it down. as you know, san jose still having budget problems, but it can still have a good time. ♪ >> reporter: they had dancers. they had a singing elvis. and enough cute kids to melt any patriot's heart. but what this rose garden neighborhood parade didn't have was a need for san jose city money, which made all sides of the budget battle happy. >> this parade is more a model of what we can expect which is private sector funding, managed and organized by privat
, the hump had when they go over. it's xielting because they're so big, so large. >> you know, i see people and their reaction, and some people are very moved by just being close to them and in their domain. >> reporter: with a slew of photos of water spouts and an occasional tail, the visitors went home a bit sea sick but happy. >> it was worth coming out and taking the journey to see it. if you don't follow your dreams, no one is going to do it for you. >> reporter: and that's a dream burno knows very well. one he relives every time he goes to work. >> they are majestic creatures. >> and for the record joe rosati jr. and the photographer may be calling in sick tomorrow. >> they did get a little sea sick. >> yes, yes are. >>> there is a small craft advisory and a gale warning that was out the past couple of days. no doubt bumpy out there but worth the trip, the view of some magnificent sights. magnificent last week might have been the sun, one week ago, only 66 in danville from one of our readings today. your average 89. los gatos, 74, oakland, 63. look at this, 66 in san rafael. santa ros
on the set? >> i think so. >> a big hello and welcome to our new teammate, janelle wang, been in the bay area, on television over eight or nine years? >> yes. >> and janelle will be our 5:00 p.m. co-anchor. we're happy on behalf of the newsroom. jeff and i. welcome aboard. >> such a great team. and you guys are so nice. >> thank you. >> first day. >> no, i did a little training last week. you guys already feel like family. >> that's great. >> you know what this means for me officially -- i got to bring it back to me for a second. i'm no longer the new guy on the shift. >> that's right. >> yes! about time. >> and there's a little tradition -- jeff and i were talking, the new person on board buys dinner for the first month. >> everybody's been telling me that so i have to buy a lot of dinners for a lot of staff members. >> and i am hungry tonight. >> all you can eat buffet. >> sounds good. >>> in the weather forecast for tonight, an all you can take weather buffet today when it came to the sunshine. we had a lot of it here from the north bay to the south bay. really it's great to have janelle h
. the key sticking point is this issue of raising the debt limit, large enough, big enough, so that it gets us through 2012, gets us into the spring of 2013. right now, of course, the boehner bill and what republicans were supporting would have this debt limit come to another vote in the next -- >> at this point in time -- >> harry reid wants to do is simply figure out a way to satisfy the second round of deficit reduction, create a stronger trigger potentially, whatever he can come to, to get more republicans to support his way in order to get this debt limit passed 2012. i think he's going to come to an agreement. the question is, how big of an agreement is it? is it an agreement that barely gets the eight republicans he wants? or does it get 20 republicans and sends a strong, bipartisan message to make sure this thing doesn't get gummed up again in the house. >> does he have a dance partner in terms of a republican willing to negotiate? >> reporter: he's got a few dance partners potentially, but right now he's not working very well with mitch mcconnell. that's not clear. but don't be sur
will company owner $400,000 with the promise of getting big returns. instead, hines says he got swindled. >> when you put money in something that you think is safe and someone steals from you, it's really maddening. >> reporter: miller pleaded not guilty this morning to nine felony counts including embezzlement, filing false documents and forgery. prosecutors say he used the money to pay for an extravagant lifestyle that included a multimillion dollar home and using a private jet to take his wife and six children on vacation. >> he was living this lifestyle that no one could live by, building this mansion, kids go to wonderful private schools, nothing wrong with people going to private schools. but he was using the money of others to do this. >> reporter: miller's attorney tells nbc bay area miller's trying to do what he can to make things right. but the once well-regarded investor now faces up to about ten years behind bars. his alleged victims say he deserves it. >> i'd like to see him spend a lot of time in prison to, you know, make up for what he did to people. >> reporter: again, pr
. >> reporter: he's the university of north carolina chap ill hill's dr. ted bait man. >> i am a really big space geek. >> reporter: space geek or, more appropriately, an expert in bone loss during spaceflight. >> astronauts lose bone at a very rapid rate. at least five times the rate that women lose bone here on earth. >> reporter: that's because bones are designed to holds up under the pressure of gravity on earth. in space, bones don't get the gravity they need thrive leading to bone mass. space exploration has been pitch at ol to osteoporosis research. scientists have known about and studied microgravity's effects on bones and muscles since the 1970s. the% environment for the latest -- the perfect environment for the latest research. >> existing drugs stop the process of bone loss. this drug would hopefully build new bone and increase bone mass. >> reporter: increasing bone mass would effectively reverse osteoporosis. if accomplished it would be yet another leap forward for the world of medicine. erica edwards, nbc news. >>> the research team will study the mouse skeletons when they ret
a big chunk of money. if they are convicted, they will collect the $225,000. the reward is leading to the arrest and conviction. the three must still either be convicted or plead guilty to felony charges in this case. >>> the story is developing quickly. stay with us on air and online at for complete coverage. just search brian stow to read the criminal complaint and get updates on stow's condition. >>> three alarm fire devastated a condo complex tonight. the blaze raged out of control on running springs drive in the walnut creek retirement community. we bring in jean elle who is there tonight. i understand firefighters are giving a good samaritan a lot of credit for helping a lot of people escape safety. >> i think several people may be called heroes tonight. witnesses say this fire moved fast through this complex. you can see the fire burned this building right down to its studs, destroyed by fast-moving flames. from overhead, you could see fire swallowing the building. a man visiting his great aunt, took cell phone video. he said he heard a woman calling for help,
on why the state would want to do that when they know there's a big issue with drug trafficking coming from mexico. >> hernandez says those traffickers will get the message that it's open season in california. the bureau warns it's the cities that will lose because while fighting the cartels those cities will find themselves outgunned. and bob cook says he's not been told to clear out his desk. there's no money in this year's fiscal budget to fund bob cook and 200 other officers in the state department of justicech the doj says they are looking for other revenue funding sources to keep this unit open, but, you know, jess characters unless they talk to someone like warren buffett or somebody like that, it's hard to say where they are going to find this kind of money. we're live in san jose, damien trujillo, nbc bay area news. >> thank you, damien. >>> new tonight at 6:00, the man accused of gunning down an east palo alto community leader has been ruled incompetent to stand trial. a judge decided today that 58-year-old gregory elams will not stand trial for capital murder charges. the ru
. he will undergo his second psychological evaluation before he can stand trial. >>> we have big news for giants fans. a few days before the trading deadline, they have reportedly made a major move. new york mets all-star outfielder carlos beltran is on the verge of joining the giants. let's bring in mindy from our newsroom. we know the deal. this is not official but it seems like a done deal. what's the hold-up here? >> reporter: there is no hole-up. even bruce bochy. they have learned that the deal is done. in return for beltran, the giants will send top pitching prospect zach wheeler to the mets. and in addition, our sister network sny is reporting that beltran is on his way to philadelphia and could be in the lineup tomorrow. he is expected to play right field and bat third. the switch hitter will provide some much needed pop to that lineup. he leads the national league with 30 doubles. he has 66 rbis and 15 home runs. all of those are better than any current giant on the roster. he has a .310 average. we'll have more on this trade coming up later in sports. you'll also hear from
of mathison's big heart and even bigger spirit. >> some people offer to help you move. jim just did it. all of a sudden he shows up. if somebody was building a deck, jim was there. if somebody was needing gravel, jim was there. >> reporter: he worked as a construction worker until at the age of 40 he followed a calling. >> we don't get many people joining the department at 40, but jim really took to it. he always wanted to help people and he finally found a profession where he could help a lot of people. >> reporter: friends spoke of him pitching n ining in. it was in that same spirit on july 19th he went to help a friend who said she was stalked by an ex-boyfriend. the ex-boyfriend shot and killed mathison before he himself was killed by the woman's brother. >> when jim said he would give his life for you, he meant it. and jim would have had it no other way. >> reporter: he leaves behind a wife and two sons and legions of co-workers and friends he touched along the way. >>> well, the debt ceiling crisis continues in washington today. late this s could be belled together and imagined a bil
festival. c syoho playing a very big part. we'll be right back. beth! hi. looking good! you've lost some weight. thanks! you noticed! you know these clothes are too big now, so i'm donating them. not going back there again. good for you! how'd you do it? eating right, whole grain. whole grain? whole grain. [ femalennouncer ] people who choose more whole grain tend to weigh less than those who don't... multigrain cheerios has five whole grains and 110 lightly sweetened calories per serving... more grains. less you! multigrain cheerios. 50. >>> 33 years and still pungent. the garlic capital of the world is throwing its annual party. thousands of people are flocking to gilroy, that means money for charity. >> reporter: when you think of the garlic festival, you think of the garlic ice cream, the delicious garlic friesz. another thing this festival is proud of is this right here, in the 33 years of this festival, it has raised close to $8.8 million for local chair advertise and organizations. well, this morning one local football team is saying thank you to the garlic festival for helping ma
harvey told a captivated audience burning man is more than a big party in the desert. it's a yearly exercise in building a community and that's what he hopes to do in the heart of san francisco, near union square's world class shopping. that's why burning man's head quarter also be moving in. >> we think there are a lot of opportunities to do it. and we build the city every year in the desert, and we know something about making urban environments vital. >> reporter: homeowners in the tender loin are hoping it will transform the neighborhood. >> there are more children per capita than anywhere else in san francisco. >> reporter: he said the art can and will energize the community. the transformation may begin with something as simple as art pads. >> then the entire city given the supply of creative works out there could be one huge revolving exhibit of art. >> reporter: russo is hoping burners will give people a reason to walk to the tender loin instead of around it. >> art is the way to go, but there is a trickle down effect, so hopefully it will also affect the small business growt
. the danville fourth of july parade is such a big to-do that many locals set up chairs the night before. some people say the prime viewing spots have been passed down from generation to generation. >>> tough economic times are throwing a bucket of water in a lot of local fireworks shows. redwood city is among those that have canceled their firework displays. but one of the hardest hit cities in the bay area will be lighting up the night sky tonight. >> reporter: downtown valeo was awash in red, white and blue tradition this morning. residents lined sonoma boulevard for a good old fashioned fourth of july parade. at the same time, another holiday tradition nearly went up in smoke. >> three years ago we didn't have fireworks at all. and you don't realize how important something is or someone is until they're gone. >> reporter: if there's one thing a cash strapped city like valeo can't afford, it's a fireworks show. >> we emptied that out yesterday. >> reporter: rather than let the firework tradition die out like a burnt sparkler, business owners launched a campaign to raise the money themselves
evening, i'm chief meteorologist jeff ranieri, a big cooldown, across the bay area. 30 degrees cooler than this time last week. 71, san jose. 60, san francisco. toght the fog is back as far south as.jose jose. and anl l 'lwetalk when the 80sl return here coming up. i want to crush more cars. ♪ i want to sell moreups. ♪ i need help selling bread. ♪ i want to sell more crabs. [ male announcer ] you know where you want to take your business. i want to design more buildings. [ male announcer ] in here, small business solutions from at&t can get you there. starting with the at&t all for less package -- just $70 per month, voice plus broadband. it's the at&t network. helping you do what you do... even better. >>> a party to celebrate the completion of the bay bridge. 2,000 chinese workers were honored as final four segments of the steel roadway were loaded on to a ship headed for oakland. ships will arrive in the bay area in more than three weeks. part of the world's longest single tower self anchored suspension bridge set to open 2013. american bridge contracted with china to manufacture
here just off of highway 24 are hoping for that big arrest. the neighborhood is monitored by a private security company and folks we talked to are very concerned. >> just unusual. it's one of those odd occurrences that hopefully they'll be able to explain soon. >> there's a lot going on in oakland. there's a concern that the police department is lacking funding. and so this is -- i don't think this has anything to do with that. i think it's a true anomaly. >> reporter: again, police need your help. tips are needed. if you have any information, contact the oakland police department. reporting live in oakland, i'm cheryl hurd, nbc bay area news. >> thank you. >>> put a leash on pg&e or we'll see you in court, that's the message to state regulators. a letter of intent was sent demanding tighter scrutiny of pipelines to prevent another explosion. pg&e operated the san bruno transmission line. that notice sent today is the first step in a potential lawsuit that would force california and the feds to enforce pipeline safety laws. >>> she's tired of running from the law. a woman charged with
showing up to napa tomorrow. doubledays are the big deals, but you guys do two news casts i don't see what the big deal is. >> sometimes three or four in >> ing.riday. ng irion.t >> we'll be right back. ♪ [ female announcer ] sweet honey taste. 80 calories per serving. 40% daily value of fiber. i'm here in the downtown area where the crowd is growing. [ female announcer ] watching calories at breakfast never tasted this sweet... i'll go get my bowl. [ female announcer ] ...or this huge. new fiber one 80 calories. yes, you can actually love breakfast. >>> they go to every giants' game for free, but they're unwanted guests, those poor sea gulls causing a headache for the giants. they usually arrive inn 9th inning, so tonight team management is considering bringing in falcons to scare them away. not attack them, just a good old fashion scare to get them out of the ballpark. >> they might scarthnse e toe o. good night.
was the focus of a controversy after a 15-year-old g girl died of an overdose. >>> two big topics coming up, the 49ers, one of their top players might be holding out. and the big trade for the giants. mindy joins us again. >>> absolutely, carlos beltran on his way to be a san francisco giant. we'll tell you what the giants gave up to acquire the new york mets slugger, coming up in sports in a moment. and how soon you can expect to see him in the lineup, that's straight ahead. >>> welcome into the comcast sports newsroom. a team spokesman says nothing will be official until friday morning at the earliest, but the deal is done that will make carlos beltran a san francisco giant. comcast sports net bay area has learned the giant also give up top pitching prospect zach wheeler to the mets in return. beltran traveled to philadelphia today and could be in the lineup for the series finale against the phillies. he is expected to play right and bat third. game two between the giants and phillies. tim lincecum still not able to start as he recovers from the stomach flu. nate schierholtz sends this to
is able to nap in her father's arms, and she can look forward to playing with her big brother. her heart may be artificial, but now her future is very real. the fda's expected to make a final decision on the berlin heart for kids in two months. right now it is available to babies through clinical trials. we do want to point out this berlin heart is not foolproof. it does come with some serious side effects including a high risk of stroke. still for babies like little audrey that you saw, this may be their only option. so at least now they have it. >> a lot of hope for them. thank you very much. >> you bet. >>> coming up next, a special delivery that no one was expecting. hear how one woman sailed through her pregnancy even without knowing she was pregnant. >>> california leading the way again. how the state paved the way for a new greener standard for cars. >>> and good afternoon, i'm chief meteorologist jeff ranieri. the weekend just upon us. and the fog and the cooling breeze is returning to san francisco right now. tonight we'll drop into the 60s for the south bay. and we are talking
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the huge profits. >> yeah, the big news comes from google which before a few hours ago had been giving investors little to get excited about for sometime. but that changed tonight. google reporting quarterly earnings way above expectations, earnings up, profit up and google share price, way up. in after hours trading google stock shot up by 12%, that's more than $60 a share. look for google investors to be smiling tomorrow. the latest numbers are in from the housing market. for the last month bay area sales are up. that's the good news. the not so good news, housing sales are down from where they were a year ago, and last year as you know, not a very good year for housing sales. we have a new addition to the on like music wars. spotify, now available to us yanks, 15 million songs for free to download, eventually you'll pay to subscribe. spotify trying to challenge itunes in the way that google plus is trying to challenge facebook. happy surfing. >> thank you. we want to get to you breaking news now from the east coast. logan international airport, this is in boston. we have live scenes
announcer ] brace yourself for the big, bold taste of a subway® bbq pulled pork sub. tender, succulent slow-cooked pork with sweet and smoky barbecue sauce, all on freshly baked bread. subway. eat fresh®. >>> in a downed economy, here's one industry that's flourishing in the south bay, prostitution. the police department was forced to eliminate the department that investigates brothels and prostitutes. >> reporter: this is how they used to role, the san jose vice unit would hit the streets a few times a week. they targeted massage parlors and areas popular with prostitutes. >> there's a lot of crazy stuff out here at night. any time after 6:00, you see women walking up and down these streets, 12:00, pimps. posting up on these corners. >> reporter: prostitutes are even coming into town from oakland and fresno, because they know they can do business here. those prostitutes bring drugs and pimps. and the pimps are known to carry guns. >> the vice unit has been disbanded. >> reporter: the department put the vice unit back on daily patrol and assigned their duties. >> we're looking to prioritiz
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